Hello Bookworms, today's post is a little different, but I am really excited to discuss it with all of you. In this book blogging community, we work hard. We work incredibly hard. With so many artistic, incredible and gifted individuals in this community, it is an honour to be a part of it. Evidently, it… Continue reading Discussion – Drawing the line between inspired or copied content🍃
sarma ! a recipe for my soul ♡
Hello Bookworms, if you didn't know, sarma is my favourite food. As someone who can't decide on a favourite ANYTHING, this is something I have a strong stance on, and I highly believe this will never change. This recipe is essentially my grandmother's, with absolutely no proportions…so good luck! The art of making sarma is… Continue reading sarma ! a recipe for my soul ♡
My Favourite Turkish Foods – a sacred list
Hello, Bookworms; if you weren't aware, I am Turkish, and as a food connoisseur, I take this seriously. VERY SERIOUSLY. This list has been perfected throughout my entire life; it's a flawless list(or close to it) and is genuinely…quite beautiful(even writing this is bringing a tear to my eye). My List of Turkish Favourites :… Continue reading My Favourite Turkish Foods – a sacred list
Author Interview – Lillie Vale
Hello Bookworms, I am thrilled to chat with Lillie Vale, the author of The Decoy Girlfriend! This novel is released in just a few days, so keep reading to learn just how the book was constructed, revised and drafted! Erin : What is a significant way your book has changed since the first draft? Lillie… Continue reading Author Interview – Lillie Vale
The beautiful animals of Türkiye
Hello, Bookworms, I recently returned from a trip to visit family in Türkiye and of course, I took many pictures of the lovely animals over there. I have a few posts coming to my blog regarding the trip, including more photos and recipes! These were all taken with my iPhone XR(unfortunately…my camera is not the… Continue reading The beautiful animals of Türkiye
Author Interview – Olivia Rose Darling ★
Hello, Bookworms! I am so thrilled about the author featured in today's post; an incredible writer, beautiful woman and absolute queen, Olivia Darling. We initially met on bookstagram almost two years ago…perhaps..(my memory is so bad, guys), and she's shared her entire writing journey online, up until her first book, Fear the Flames coming out… Continue reading Author Interview – Olivia Rose Darling ★
Photography – Türkiye May/June 2022
Hello Bookworms, I visited family in Türkiye for the last two months, and it was an incredible trip. I took pictures...yes, I did. Some could say it was too many; I would say it was the perfect amount. Either way, enjoy! A few pictures from two lovely months : And if anyone knows anything about photography and… Continue reading Photography – Türkiye May/June 2022
Book Review – Mortality by Christopher Hitchens
Hello Bookworms, long time no book review…is this really a book blog? The answer is yes; we merely mix it up around here. This post reviews a stunning novel, quite literally the definition of thought-proving, in my humble opinion. Morality, although it may seem grim and perhaps even unnecessary, why read a story in which… Continue reading Book Review – Mortality by Christopher Hitchens
my current tbr !
Hello Bookworms, throughout the past year, my reading habits have varied a little, and so have the books I've now prioritized on my tbr. I've never been one to set a strict tbr(I could never follow it), so I view my tbr as more of a "bucket list" of books I need to read in… Continue reading my current tbr !
Book Haul + back and better than ever ✫
Hello Bookworms, FORGIVE ME FOR MY ABSENCE! I just finished my first year of university, and the course load was a little heavier than expected, so I didn't have any time to write posts. But have no fear; I am back and better than ever. Who missed me????? (picturing cheers and tears of happiness from… Continue reading Book Haul + back and better than ever ✫
Thriller Novels to read at 2 a.m.
Hello, Bookworms; I've really diversified the types of novels I read this past year. I've always loved thrillers but never seemed to read quite a lot of them. Interestingly, I went through a thriller binge phase this year, where I read about 6 in a row? Either way, I love them; they are beautiful and… Continue reading Thriller Novels to read at 2 a.m.
Alternatives to Amazon ❖
Hello Bookworms, as someone who's always looking for ways to consume more ethically, I know how hard it can be, especially when services like Amazon are so awfully convenient. But it's crucial to remember that Amazon, in particular, is very dishonest with its procedures, and consumers should avoid utilizing it as much as possible. This… Continue reading Alternatives to Amazon ❖
Graphic Novels for all ages🕯
Hello, Bookworms; I'm sure you have all experienced a reading slump once in your lifetime, and for me, reading Graphic Novels has ALWAYS helped me escape them. Whether it be rereading a favourite graphic or reading a new one from the library, they have always been a great break from my typical selection of thick… Continue reading Graphic Novels for all ages🕯
The Greek God Book Tag ✫
Hello, Bookworms, I love love love love love love...did I say, love?? MYTHOLOGY! I am so excited to be doing this tag, and if you share my passion, make sure you participate. Also, if I have summoned any of the gods in this post, let Athena know; she's my # 1. Thank you so much… Continue reading The Greek God Book Tag ✫
Why do I live in Canada again? – Winter Reading List ❄︎
Hello Bookworms, I do indeed live in Canada. Yes, I am an idiot. Anyway, it's been cold for a few months, so let's just consider this post as fashionably late ♡. So I've compiled a little list(as one does), with books about the winter seasons, perhaps some that have characters that are…ice-cold(see what I did… Continue reading Why do I live in Canada again? – Winter Reading List ❄︎
Mini Review – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, City of Girls & Daisy Jones and the Six
Hello Bookworms, it's MINI-REVIEW TIME(cue the applause)!! Okay, settle down, people, now these three novels are books I read in 2020 and have been meaning to review for months. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and City of GIrls were two books I read in quick succession and loved both. Admittedly, I did love City… Continue reading Mini Review – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, City of Girls & Daisy Jones and the Six